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uerstood it better we could come closer to solving the problem i has to do with turkey and russia. explain it to me. >> the bottom line there is old historical triangle between turkey, syria and russia. until we break the triangle we'll not solve the problem. the reason the assad regime has been able to perpetrate genocide against its own people, 50,000 killed, 1 one had you,000 displaced and three million homes destroyed. russia continues to give them arms $1.5 billion. just last week publicly reported sending cash and currency to the assad regime so they continue to pay their military henchmen to keep doing the genocide. turkey that has been doing good humanitarian work on ththe border with refugee camps for 150,000. it playing a game of russian rule let, it is all about money. the money is greater than everoming from russia. they're buying natural gas to theune of almost $35 billion with russia. putin wa just in turkey last week onecember 3rd and signed 11 different trade agreements. they hope to increase it to 100 billion over the next few years. there is no sign turkey reallyeans what
. going to africa and compete with the chinese. i can go to russia and say i can manage the risk-reward equation. so that's where a lot of new consumers are and i would say that is a core competency of a multibusiness big company like g.e. so i'd say it's more than those two but those two are important. >> rose: you once said to me tell me what the global economy will look like and the domestic economy will look like and i can can tell you what g.e. will do. >> uh-huh. >> rose: look ahead to the global economy today and tell me how you see it, where it's going and pra what are the prospects for growth? >> i think the world always revolves around a couple fundamentals. one is where are the people? demographics rule. at times when the u.s. grew the fastest was times when the population was also growing the fastest. so the fact there that there's a billion new consumers joining the middle-class in the next five or ten years, you bet be with them. the second is the cost of materials so basically in in the '90s oil was $15 a barrel for a decade. now it's $80 or $100 or $120. there's a
points to close at 3022. russia is resisting the latest u.s. appeal to help force syrian president bashar al-assad out of office. that word came today in the russian newspaper, "kommersant." it said moscow is convinced assad will not go voluntarily, no matter what pressure is applied. meanwhile, u.s. defense secretary leon panetta said chances of the syrian regime resorting to chemical weapons may be easing. he spoke during a flight to kuwait. we have seen not seen anything new indicating any aggressive steps to move forward in that way, but we continue to monitor it very closely. we continue to make clear to them that they should not under any means make use of these chemical weapons against their own population. >> sreenivasan: also today, the united nations reported the number of syrian refugees fleeing the fighting has grown to more than 500,000, all across the middle east. and inside syria, rebels captured a second major military base near the northern city of aleppo. new details have emerged from south africa on the health of former president nelson mandela. the government announced
." i'm greg gutfeld or as i am known in russia, margo kiter. let's go to andy levy for a pre game report. what is coming up on tonight's show? >> president obama shakes the hand ever k pop sensation, psy after the old american wraps are revealed. we will have full team coverage straight ahead. plus there is a new report saying we will all be syborgs 1234* and what happens when we send bill schulz to a training center for aerial arts? hopeful leahy gets vertigo on the tram parkinson's disease and the safety harness breaks and the mat filled with sharp chards of glass. >> that's a lot to hopeful. >> it is, but i like to aim high. >> i like the specifics. >> it is not that i gained these scenarios out. >> i enjoy that, and now i want you to leave. >> and so i shall. >> bye. let's welcome our guest. she is so hot tabasco sauce sprinkles her on their eggs. i am here with patti ann browne. see what i did there? and if hilarity was a bridge tournament many would enter him. actor, writer and comedian, that is three things, michael ian black, three names. he is the co author of america, yo
that we could be stronger. if my dad knew the numbers right now. but you get the idea that russia is clout is also going to wind. you have to own international stocks. as a portfolio adviser i would strongly suggest getting some exposure. perhaps europe is a value but definitely, some a sho-- asia.. beyonce signed a $50 million deal with pepsi. this will cover a photo shoot, video, and her face is even going to be on the can. smart. toyota, all known in the music industry because people that listen to music the bake consumers out there. >> thank-you, and that-the music that make consumer choices. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> this isn't easy this is a man made bridge i am trying to cross with a camera, i'm not liking this but it is what is this is just one of many crudely designed bridges that allow the homeless to go back and forth i'm more worried about the camera, myself i can take a dunking but this camera can't there are 8 miles of homeless encampments along the coyote creek in san jose what i am about to show you is a small snippet
's talk that russia has them and assad might use them. do you believe any of that? do we really know when you think back to iraq, do we really know what chemical weapons syria has and whether assad would use them or if they could come into the hands of the al qaeda-linked groups or rebels could use them? >> my guess is they do have some. historically, this has always been the view. who knows how many and how effective they are. the most important thing to remember about chemical weapons is they're not actually that effective. so part of what -- the reason regimes like assad and saddam hussein stockpile them is because it scared people. it made them think, you know, we can poison whole villages. the truth is the gas disperses very fast. it's not very effective. so i would guess my gut is the syrian regime will not use it. i think that president obama's very stern warning to them probably helped in that rauegar. while we should be cautious, it's not clear they're going to use them. >> senator john mccain is trying to get on the senate foreign relations committee. which would put him in the
for a used car dealership in russia? >> and, of course, what hsbc would say, they have a brand new ceo, as you know, and they have changed a lot of their top leadership. he said, you know, we did terrible things here. we're very sorry. he claims they're trying to turn the bank around, that they've made a lot of changes, and this may be one of the reasons that the government didn't -- the u.s. government didn't prosecute hsbc. that's become one of the questions. if they did all these things and you think it was willful in many cases, why weren't they prosecuted? the justice department says they are trying to turn around, and, secondly, they were worried, candidly, if they went ahead and charged hsbc with a crime, it could be a big blow in the global economy. >> pete williams, justice correspondent, thanks so much. >> yes, sir. >> stay with us. the day's "top lines" are coming up. ves you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone likes 50% more... [ midwestern/chicago accent ] cheddar! yeah! 50 percent more [yodeling] yodel-ay-ee-oo. 50% more flash. [ southern
will be china. europe, russia, china, continue to decline. and india will grow like china today. in a tectonic shift, asia will have surpassed north america in europe in terms of global power, based upon gdp, population size, military spending and tech technological investment. china will surpass the u.s. economy even before that what does this mean? look when you see the short-termism in washington, where they are arguing about tax increases and entitlement reform and very short-term thinking overall, this is the big picture. the big picture is more change any time since the french revolution, the industrial revolution in the 18th century and happening more quickly than we have ever seen. people more empowered. governments having less power and no single global leader. quickly about global leaders in business. a new report released a catalyst for us. and growth for pay and positions for women at the highest levels of corporate america, flat lining. flat lining of the fortune 500, 14% are women, 85% men. this is not moving. 8.1% of top earners in corporate america are women. 91% are men. board
this and clearly marked on this rocket, made in russia. when he first started, he tells us, he would modify exploded rockets. from here to here, for example, it's our adjustment as are the fins, he says. we would shoot one and it would just go three kilometers or it would turn back around in our direction. now he designs from scratch. mixing a substance he won't reveal but that it's imported from outside with the explosive he extracts from the government's artillery. he may be the master bombmaker but he says he's a man of peace. he wants to see a democratic syria that reflects this nation's rich diversity and he believes that after the assad regime falls, there will be another evolution to purge this one of extremists and opportunists. arwa damon, cnn. >> we're getting new information coming in to "the situation room" right now. u.s. officials reporting that an american citizen has been detained in north korea now for over a month. let's bring in he wielise who i getting details for us. what do we know? >> the man's name is kenneth bay and we believe he's a korean-american. he's been detai
. the nunn-lugar program provides assistance to former soviet states like russia, ukraine, kazkstan and belarus in helping them dismantle and destroy their nuclear, chemical and biological weapons in order to prevent them from coming under the control of terrorists. as of 2011, nunn-lugar has deactivated over 7,600 strategic warheads, 791 intercontinental ballistic missiles, 669 submarine launch ballistic missiles, 32 nuclear submarines and 194 nuclear test tunnels. it's neutralized 1,395 metric tons of chemical weapons, and it has certified that the countries of ukraine, kazkstan and belarus which once held the third, fourth and eighth largest nuclear arsenals in the world respectively are now nuclear free. what an incredible legacy. after september 11 -- after the september 11 attacks, senator lugar called for and helped pass an expansion of the nunn-lugar approach resulting in a global threat reduction initiative which aims to prevent chemical and biological weapons from falling in the hands of terrorists. and he has been a leader in congress on the issue of ensuring food safety
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